Red Bull have just launched a frankly awesome video over on their site, showing some of the processes that lead to their F1 cars meeting the world. ‘A racing car is never complete, it is constantly being developed,’ says Sebastian Vettel, who’s probably the coolest German ever. So have a look, and let us know.
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